For the members of the Iron Butt Association, long-distance motorcycling is an obsession. They push the limits of human endurance, often in rides of more than one thousand miles a day. Perhaps the most determined of them is John Ryan, a diabetic and a man who even in late middle age loves nothing better than riding impossible distances at no small risk to himself. But why? Pierson gives us an intimate glimpse of a singularly independent yet supportive community and a revealing portrait of its most daring member.
|Format||5-3/4 x 8-1/2 inches|
|Author||Melissa Holbrook Pierson|